Dreamfall Chapters comes to Kickstarter

Dreamfall Chapters, the sequel to the classic adventure games The Longest Journey and Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, hit Kickstarter today with a funding goal of $850,000.

The upcoming PC title is being independently developed by Red Thread Studios, a new game developer headed by the creator of the Longest Journey series, Ragnar Tornquist. Chapters will finally offer a conclusion to the two previous games, bringing an end to the story of Dreamfall protagonist Zoe Castillo.

The game will support both keyboard and mouse as well as a controller, with gameplay focused around both point-and-click and direct control. Using Kickstarter, the team hopes to hire additional artists, animators, designers and programmers required to create the world, characters, tools and technology for the game. In addition, Red Thread will buy hardware and software licenses and pay for office space.

Backer rewards range from digital and boxed copies of the game to the creation of an NPC featuring the name of the backer and general likeness.

Dreamfall Chapters is planned for a November 2014 release. Check out our in-depth interview with Ragnar Tornquist, detailing what fans can expect from the game.

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